Friday, March 7, 2008

Second Hunger

The Hunger to Be and the Fear of Nonbeing (pp.41-45)

This passage warrants careful attention. Gregory makes some very interesting and challenging connections. The second noble truth opens deep insights by inviting us to look into interpersonal suffering.

Read the entire passage, then consider reading again and stopping after every paragraph. Ask yourself what the passage means in your personal experience. Make a few notes, creating a paragraph that is significant for you.

Do the three exercises at the end of this passage. Which one was most powerful for you? What have you learned from being with this passage?

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